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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 July 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. . Issued crcrv Fridav evening l>v EOITOK e&.17=: PyaHaWaCMl. Entered at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Ya., Friday, Inly. 8, 1904 The Pines There's a sweet retreat in old IJi-k.li laud, As coo! ns a tangle of vines; It is shadowed bv branches luxuriant And is called by lovers "The Pines." In daylight the sunbeams are soft? ened When crossing the shadows be? tween: And bv night the moonlight is mel lowell Till it sometimes can scarcely be seen. In winter the feathery snowflake And the starlight keen and clear; They fall like a dream on that woodland, Through the crisp December air. The autumn has nooks there and corners With walls all scarlet nnd gold. Her incense arises to heaven And in glorv descends on the wold. The springtime on violet carpet, In velvet sandaled feet, Rejoices in the fragrance of gar? lands And revels in bird-songs sweet. lint the snow nor the scarlet nor springti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 July 1904

Highland Recbodbh LOCAL NEWSI ER80NAI Brief Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Maj John T Byrd of Williams. ville spent Wednesday night with 0 Wilson, Esq. Miss Evelin Wade of Valley Cen-, ter spent a part of tho week with] Monterey relatives. Mr dames Benson ol' fuss and nieee, Miss Ruth Campbell of Dun? more were at the Commercial a day or so of this week. Miss Helen Francisco of Wil? liamsville is spending sometime at thc home of 0 Wilson, figq. - Heel', in retail market, lias reach? ed the highest point attained since the Civil war. Another new lot ladies hats just received at V ti Bishop & Co.'s | Air A A Shumate who, for fiev* end months, has been at work ut Marlintoii, is home for a short stay. Mrs A W Reynolds and sister. Miss May Slaven, of Princeton, VV Va. are with their mother, Mrs T ll Slayen, whose, illness con? tinues to be extremely critical. Ask to see the "Walker Shoe," handled exclusively by J Lunsford .y Sons. Keep ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 July 1904

POTPTJtmOTPOTOTrjTOtTO How to Listen to Musk BY ARLIE BRADLKT There are mnny subjects under mush which we nil are to a certain extent familiar with, as the "biographers ol its masters." "the development." 01 "mediaeval music;" hut not many giv< the subject of "how to listen to music' much thought. Maybe because it doe! not seem as though this is one of an] prent importance, taking it tor grantee that "to listen, is to heat." However the proper capacity to listen to mush is better proof of musical talent thai skill to play upon any instrument 01 to sing acceptably, rt does more foi that gentleness and refinement ol thought and action, which it is Um province of music to promote. Of al the arts, music is practiced most anc thought about least. One reason is that a sweet mystery enshrouds th< nature of music, nnd that to raastei it technically alone costs a vas nmount of time, patience and industry Music is dual in its nature; it is ma terinl ns well as spiritual....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 July 1904

. ' - J HIGHLAND RECORDER vm. XXVI. MONTEREY, Il Ki ULAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 15, 1004. NO. 20. PARKER AND DAVIS Nominated for President and Yice-Pres: dcit By National Convention. E PAKKL. DECLARES FOR GOLD. JIDG Sends a Mcssa-e No ii. hg the St. Louis Con? vention vi V.U Yaws on That Subject Causes T,-;m.ndous Poil.ical Sensation? Convcniion Aopis a Sympaihetlc Reply By An Overwhelming Vo.e. ?.?---?\ ?sf Louis, (Special).?One of the greatest sensation! in American po? litical history was created here late Saturday aluino ni by the reception from Judge Allon Brooks Parker, whom thc Democratic National Con? vention nominated tor thc Presidency at 5.45 o'clock Saturday morning, of the following telegram: "I regard thc gold standard as firm? ly and irrevocably established and 6hall act accordingly if the action of the convention today shall be ratified by the people. As thc platform is silent on the subject my views should be made known to thc convention, and it they are proved to be un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 July 1904

Highland Recorder* Terms. #1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued crcrv Friday evcninpbv W. H. MATHENY, SD:Toa whirls PirBi.:siiri?. Entered at the Monterey postoffice ar second class mHtter. Monterey, Va.. Friday, July. 15. 1004 Parker and Davis As n result of tho St. L'?uis, dem? ocrat ic oom vent jon we now have standing up in line on thc demo? cratic side for Um' greal buttle that will lie concluded on the 8th day <i' November, Judge Alton ..rooks Parker, of New York, for first place, ami Ex-V. 8. Senator Henry ti Davis of West Va. for second place. AU silver democrats wno expect to vote llii> ticket, in order thal they may do it moderately easy, should begin immediately to take the gold cure in order thal silver ii nd nil other sui stances may be entirely eliminated fiom their sys? tems, for Hie only word that has Hms far been uttered liv the Judge is "Gold", with a hig Ci. Before Hie great convention Bryan neted with wisdom and gen? tleness in standing for his do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 July 1904

Highland Ueckodek LOCAL NEWS EUSONAL Brief Items of interest to Home ?M>lks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. D C lIcFttll, Esq. of Lower Bul. pasture spent Tuesday in town. Mrs \V A Sipe of Staunton is visiting her daughters Mrs .1 A( Whitelaw and Mrs Tom II Slaven. Mr W Price Campbell of Vallej Center made a business trip to town Wednesday, Kev W S Trimble will preach Sunday July 17, at Pisgah ll a. m.. Sieg Chapel 4 p. m. and Monterey 8 p. m. Mr Anderson Chestnut of Jack* son River left first of the w??ek foi Petersburg, VV. Va., where lie will visit friends. Miss Mary Ball of Woodstock. daughter of Kev Mr Kail, once presiding elder of this district, i visiting at the home of Hon Chas. ti .Jones. Miss Margaret Stephenson of Warm Springs spent a part of the week with Monterey relatives. As we arrange for the press this morning (Thursday), we learn of the sudden death ol' Mrs M Harvey Hull, which occurred Wednesday night ut her home near Hightown. Another new lot la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 July 1904

REVIVAL OF THE INN. Public Houses are Changed to Suit the Needs of the Day. While some reformers are tent od ending the public house, others are busy at memling it. We need not decide for both; in many places there are too many public houses, and of those that would in any cas9 re* main, many might well be bettered. The annual report of the publio house trust shows that substantial progress ls being made in this direc? tion. The principal aim of the trust ls the revival of the inn as a place of all-round refreshment and its extinc? tion as a mere drinking bar. "The man who asks for bovril gets the same smile as the man who asks for beer;" that ls the advertisement and the motto. Lord Grey's movement is a most hopeful one; it takes for granted that men will not be deprived of their beer; but lt offers every in? ducement to the consumption of other cups than those which inebriate, and of eatables as well as drinkables, and it provides decent, wholesome, cheer? ful surroundings. The mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 July 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 22, 1904. NO. 27. RUSSIANS JOLD STROKE Tbe Searching of Neutral Ships on Red Sea. BAYE NO FEAR OF COMPLICATIONS. Diplomats In St Petersburg Anxious to Learn tbe Views of Tbclr Government on (he Pas? sage of Russian Ships Through the Darda? nelles as Merchantmen and Their Conversion Into Warships?Both Armies in Touch. St. Petersburg, (By Cable).?Thc news that the Russian Volunteer steamships Smolensk and St. Peters? burg, now cruising in the Red Sea, are stopping ships of neutral nations and searching the for cantrabands " of war is causing the liveliest interest in all circles. Russia has evidently weighed the question, believes her? self to be within her rights, and neither fears nor anticipates international complications. Indeed, some of the powers may have been sounded by Russia on the subject. Nevertheless, foreign opinion is awaited eagerly, and more or less criticism is expected. Members of the diplomatic corps...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 July 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav cvcninpbT SOITOB A1TD PVEL.I3IIER. Entered at the Monterey postofhce ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Tilly. 29,1904 Hotel Monterey (King of the Mountains.) Already the promoter, builder ami prospective proprietoro! Hotel Monterey, S W Crummett, Esq. has received letters from Washing? ton anil Baltimore, Raking for rates p-r familv, for the summer. Oar? ing to disappointments Hint never fail to put in an appearance when building in the country. Mr Crmn mett will not have his building completed in lime to accommodate summer hoarders and thus did he reply to those who hate made ap? plication. Thia shows, however, that a word! . j About the Monterey lias been pass? ed labotia the cities. and some, frith-1 out further ado, are set king to make it th -ir summer home. Hotel Monterey may be several jump* ahead of ihe town in which it is located, ttud the county may! not he apace with it by several: pac?'s,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 July 1904

Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. ERSONAL ??ilef Items of Interest to Home 'lilka About Their Friends Aud Acquaintances. Mrs A W Reynolds has rot urned to her home at Princeton, NV Vu. Mrs J ti Bishop aud little daugh? ter, Mattie, of North Carolina, are( guests of Mr and Mis V ti Bishop. Miss Lucy Wilson is spending the slimmer at her city home. The Virginia State Har Associa? tion will hold its 10th annual meet? ing at The Hot Springs of Va., August 'J, :,, and 4th. l.ev \V S Trimble will preach Sunday, 24th, Hightown ll a. m.. New Hampden 4 p. m. Another new lot Indies hats just received at V ti Bishop & Co.'s Mr .Ino Harper of Warm Springs is assisting Comr. J A Whitelaw with his office work. Ask to see the '-Walker Shoe," ..handled exclusively by J Lunsford & Sons. li' ihe Hoard of Supervisors want tt? do the handsome thing for the county let them direct a granolithic pavement for the north anrTwe-t sides of the court house square, and have the iron fence pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 July 1904

IT MATTERS LITTLE NOW. It maters litt'c now; The past we can't recall. Tears are unavailing? The -"rave grass covers all. It matters little now; The good we might have done Vanished like the dewdrop* On yonder setting sun. lt natters little now; We soon shall follow, too; Rc.-t neneath the willow And yonder bounding blue. It matters little ow; Nor wealth nor power avail-* The ship that sank at sea Will never slow a sail. I' matters little now; Uar sighs arc all in van, K?-I'eetcd love and hours Will not return ag n. ?John A. Joyce. {How the Signal Man [ Lost Bis Joli. N .earing Chicago daily McFadden and Forbes had a crrta in street crossing to wblcll they ca uv, ami at which they never failed tu lean tar out of the orb of their en? gine and shout to au old man who stood by the way waving a white ting in his hands. This old man was Denis Fahey, keeper of that crossing for thirty-six ..car., and at the time of this story ninety-one years old. It was his fond boast that he was not onl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 August 1904

HIGHLAND vol. xxvr. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 5 1904. NO. 2<). SURROUNDED BY JAPS Movement is Almost Completed and Kuroki and Aka Are Closing Io. TBE ENEMY'S FRONT IS EXTENDED. Russian Qeaeral Must Now Either Fight or Withdraw Northward-He ls Closely Pressed ?t Haicheng, Where There Has Bees Heavy Fighting, tbe Rear Guard of the Retreating Russians Being in Grave Peril. St. Petersburg (By Cable).?Though public attention has been distracted from thc events of the war during the past week, first, because of the fear of international complications, and, sec? ond, because of the assassination of Minister of the Interior von Plehvc, the situation at the front is regarded as critical. The enveloping movement of the three Japanese armies of General Ku? roki, Nodzu and Oku around General Kuropatkin's position appears to be almost complete, and the extended linc of the Japanese seems to be the Only drawback to concerted action. lt is realized here that the Russian gen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 August 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued every Fridav evening bv W. Xi. lUEA-THEISrY, Entered at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug. ">, 1904 From Williamsville Slr Simmons of Crabbottom, who lias been planing the lumber for Mrs Wm McCHntic'a howe, mel wit li an accident to hi- planer ns he was movine* it home lust. Saturday near the Wallace grave? yard which will cause him n delay of len (lavs or two weeks in getting back to Crabbottom. Mitchell Bros. th resiling outfit is now here from Sugar Grove. VV. Ya. \\ heat is turning out both in quantity anil quality much bet? ter than the farmers expected. Mr Charles ti McClintic is home now on his summer vacation. For the past week lie has been at Bolar Springs foi the benefit of his health ?he only weighs 200 pounds. Ile reports his health us improving **^ rapidly under Mrs Eagle's line cul \jnary treatment. Miss .Maud Wallace returned last week from a month's visit in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 August 1904

Highland Reckobek LOCAL KEWS. KKSOXAL Brief Items of Interest to Koine Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Miss Alice Harper of Greenbrier countv is visiting at the home ol' Dr I ll Trimble. Mr James Lough of Franklin was up Wednesday. Mrs Elizabeth Gibson luis return? ed from Staunton where she spent awhile with lier daughter MrsDavid Kyle. Her sister-in-law, Mrs Jacob See bert of Buena Vista accompani? ed her. Mr and Mrs A W Heil and little daughter Margarv. and Mr Neil's sister, Miss Lula Heil, of Washing? ton city j,re visiting their kinsfolk. Mr ami Mrs Cliff Matheny, John W Bird Esq. and others. Mr Cam Hansel has gone to Mc? Dowell for a few days. MrsG F Criimmett of W. Va. is visiting her sister Mrs L S Dicken? son and other relatives in the com? munity. Found?One ewe and lamb un? der bit out left ear, crop off right oar and tin ring on same. They as trayed *to W ti Rexrode 1st .lune. Get same by paying fur ad. Last week Mr Collingwood Dick? son leceiyed intelligence...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 August 1904

CHIEF OF POLICE SAVED. Newberry, S. C.?W. H. Harris, Chief of Police of Newberry, mys: "I suf? fered for a number of years with kidney complaint. There was a dull aching across the small of my back that was worse at night aud made tue feel miserable all the time. The kidney secretions vere dark and full of sedi? ment, and lack of control compelled me to riso a number of times daring the night. Between this annoyance and the backache it was Impossible for me to get mvch sleep and my health was being undermined. I tried a nwniber of remedies, but nothing helped me until I got Doan's Kidney Pills. The use of this remedy accord? ing to directions promptly brought about a change for the better. After using two boxes the backache all left me. tbe kidney secretions cleared up and the action of the kidneys became normal." A FKEE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Chief Harris will be mailed on application to any part of the Cnited Mutes. Address Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 August 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDE VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. AUGUST 12, 1904. JAPANESE ATTACK AGAIN Another Desperate Assault Made on Tort Arthur. REPORT SAYSJAPSSUFFERED GREATLY. Cbefoo Dlspa ch Says Their Los es Were Very Lar-e, Ihe Number oi Killed Alone Bein* 10,000, While the Russians Lost Only 1,000? General Stoesscl Said to Have Personally Commanded thc Russians. i dis the St. Petersburg, (By Cable).?An of? ficial report (rom Lieutenant General Stoesscl, commanding thc military forces at Port Arthur, says that the Japanese were repulsed with tremen? dous loss in a thrcc-day fight from July 26 to July 28. General Kuropatkin reports from Liaoyang some small Russian success? es in outpost fighting up to August 5, without thc expected great battle hav? ing been opened. Thc simultaneous receipt of favor? able news from these commanders in thc far East raised the spirits of those in the Russian capital immense ly. Repulsed with Great Loss. General Stoessel's report, though ten days ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 August 1904

On The side. We High landers as a rule i lind and true, but in order that tile may be a rule it must have ( rations. Exception No. 1 ?We have 'pw a very few, ?vho have be raiding tiie Recorder for years ai li^ve not put op the price theref( As thev are short on said price, are they short all ilie wav round. However, when we view it as v should ive are persuaded that the jean nothing personal. It is sin \jmmm\JDl^mng ibmtt-ihatwy, iception No. 2?There are lew a very few, who will hav nthing unless they can get cheap jr if ever IO little, than any on Ilse. The golden eagle jnst mast le coming their way or thev be jonie as ono with a torpid liver. As though th?y had when bailie; Tallowed a golden magnet and a* ie; grew so did, it all the while in [easing in its drawing capacity itil its learning for more of kind even exceeds the yearning a full grown tape worm r a fifty cent beefsteak, and |th iii ever increasing absorption that for which it yearns, refuses ?e satisfied. Well as ure me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 August 1904

lH. Highland Uecohdeb LOC IL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items bf Ii ter en t to Home ?Tulki About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Two li is li to oil Matin Mr A Suitable having weather is scarce Mr and Mrs Ju mea Beverage of St freck were no Tuesday. i Al Boppi lins ii liiii' si Ask to see Hits "Walkrr Shoo,"/ I?<?j?j?< bandied delusively by J Lu nsf om Ho Af flt Son*. |j Mr li H Wooii n:ada n busiaebf( Miss (rip to Charlottesville IH^ week. \\n t I have 5 R F D lock mai. boxi 1 will close out at a souey. \Y H MatheuX Another new lol ladies h4[s just received ut V ti Bishop & CoL V H Bishop | Co. have alu kt new assort men t of ladies1 mVglii; underwear from the cheapeA to tl,- best. Mr and Mrs ti ll Hiller 1iVg gone to the St Louis exposition. Vi-s Lucy Flaherty who spent th early slimmer here with her aimt\ Mrs J C Matheny lias returned to lier home in Danville. Mrs W R Rtidgers and Mrs Rexrode of McDowell speit Mon? day in io wp. Collingwood Dickson E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 August 1904

AN OLD WAN'S TRIBUTE. An Ohio Fruit lUUer, 78 Ye?r? Old, Cared ot rn Terrible Cut After Ten Years of Suffering. kidney Justin, fruit dealer, of Men? tor, Ohio, says: "1 was cured by Doan's Kidney rills of a severe case of kid? ney trouble, of eight or ten years' standing. 1 suffered the most severe backache and other pains lu the region of the 1 kidneys. These were especially severe when stooping to lift siMET justus. anything. and often l could hardly straighten my back. The aching was bad ta the doj time, but Just as bad at Dight, and I was always lanie in the morning | was bothered with rheu? matic pains and dropsical swelling of the feet. The urinary passages were painful, and the secretions were dis? colored and so free that often 1 had to rise at night. I felt tired all day. Halt a box served to*relieve me. aud three boxes effected a permanent cure." A. THIA! PREB-Addrast Foster Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. For sala bj all dealers. Price, 50 cts. THE DANGERS IN DUST. Plea for L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 August 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST KL 1904. XO. 31. VLADIVOSTOK SQUADRON DEFEATED. The Rurik Sunk and the Other Ships Flee Toward Their Home Port. j BIG BATTLE LASTED lORJTVE HOURS' SUNDAY. Victorious Admiral Kamhjiura Says The Damage Inflicted On His Ships ls Slight?^Wany Russians Probably Killed. Tokio, (By Cable).?Vicc\Admiral Kamimura encountered the ^Russian Vladivostok Squadron at dawnfcunday north of Tsu Island, in the St\ait oi Korea, and attacked thc eneiVy at -once. The battle lasted for five hurt, and resulted in a complete Japanese victory. The Russian cruiser RuV^k was sunk and the cruisers Rossia ad* Gromoboi fled to the northward, aftci having sustained serious damage. Vice Admiral Kamimura cables the Navy Department that the injuries in? flicted upon his vessels were slight. The fate of the crew of the Kurri as not known. It is presumed that many of them were killed or drowned The strength of the fleet under \ ice .Admiral Kamimura is...

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